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Overture: Giovanna d'Arco... Verdi London SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE
VehudiMenuhin
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by OTTO KLEMPERER gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Richard Bonynge
Conducted By:
Otto Klemperer

Sibelius
Incidental music
Prelude: The Tempest
PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by VACLAV SMETACEK
9.10* Valse triste
HALLE ORCHESTRA
Conductor, SIR JOHN BARBIROLI
9.16* Suite: King Christian II
SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA Conductor, ALEXANDER GIBSON gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Vaclav Smetacek
Conductor:
Sir John Barbiroli
Conductor:
Alexander Gibson

Quintet in C major (D.956) played by the AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET
Sydney Humphreys (violin) Raymond Keenlyside (violin) Margaret Major (viola) Derek Simpson (cello) with Bruno Schrecker (cello)
† Second broadcast

Contributors

Violin:
Sydney Humphreys
Violin:
Raymond Keenlyside
Viola:
Margaret Major
Cello:
Derek Simpson
Cello:
Bruno Schrecker

Die Entführung aus dem Serail
Opera in three acts
Libretto by GOTTLIEB STEPHANIE after Bretzner sung In German gramophone records spoken by MANFRED SCHMIDT spoken by FRITZ HOPPER spoken by HILDE VOLK
BEECHAM CHORAL SOCIETY
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham
The action takes place In Pasha Selim's palace. somewhere in Turkey
Act 1
Outside the palace
11.36' Act 2
The palace garden
12.16' Act 3
Scene 1: A courtyard outside the harem
Scene 2: A hall In the palace

Contributors

Unknown:
Gottlieb Stephanie
Spoken By:
Manfred Schmidt
Spoken By:
Fritz Hopper
Spoken By:
Hilde Volk
Conducted By:
Sir Thomas Beecham
Belmonte, a Spanish nobleman:
Léopold Simoneau (tenor)
Osmin, steward (o Pasha Selim:
Gottlob Frick(bass)
Pedrillo, Belmonte's servant:
Gerhard Unger (tenor)
Pasha Selim (speaking Part):
Hansgeorg Laubenthal
Constanze, Belmonte's betrothed:
Lois Marshall (soprano)
Blondchen, her maid:
Ilse Hollweg (soprano)

Introduced by MICHAEL DE MORGAN
Directed by John Haslam
Timings may be altered by events
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR RACING.
2.30; 3.15; 3.50; 4.40
The W. D. and H. 0. Wills Formula 2 Trophy
Commentary by Robin Richards, ERIC TOBITT, and JOHN BOLSTER in the pits, on the races for Formula 2. Sports and Saloon Cars
From Silverstone
RACING
3.0 The Meldon Stakes
For three-year-olds only, run over one mile and one furlong
3.35 The Northern Free Handicap Stakes
For three-year-olds trained North of the Trent, run over seven furlongs
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY with summaries by TONY PRESTON
From Newcastle
4.54* Racing Results
3.55 ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL
Commentary by BRIAN MOORE and MAURICE EDELSTON on the second half of one of today's English League games
5.0 SPORTS REPORT
Produced by Angus Mackay
Classified Football Results at 5.0 and 5.50

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael de Morgan
Directed By:
John Haslam
Commentary By:
Robin Richards
Commentary By:
Peter Bromley
Unknown:
Tony Preston
Commentary By:
Brian Moore
Commentary By:
Maurice Edelston
Produced By:
Angus MacKay

The Music Programme will be resumed at the close of Sports Session
SCHUBERT
Incidental music to Rosamunde
AAFJF HEYNIS (contralto)
NETHERLANDS RADIO CHORUS
AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BERNARD HAITINX gramophone record

Contributors

Contralto:
Aafjf Heynis
Conducted By:
Bernard Haitinx

A series of twenty lessons for listeners with a basic knowledge of Spanish
Lesson 2
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of Pablo Soto
Script by Maria Victoria Alvarei and Anthony Watson
Produced by George Walton Scott
First broadcast on October 15. 1965
Repeated Friday 7.4 p.m.
A booklet is available

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jacinta Castillejo
Unknown:
Pablo Soto
Script By:
Maria Victoria Alvarei
Script By:
Anthony Watson
Produced By:
George Walton Scott

2: Foreion Policy and Rearmament
Introduced by RICHARD HISCOCKS
Professor of International Relations, University of Sussex
Since 1949 West Germany has been restored to a place in the Western Alliance and the international community. but within the Federal Republic there has been a conflict between those who admire President de Gaulle's conception of Europe and those who favour close links with America. A guideline of the Federal Republic's foreign policy has been the Hallstein Doctrine—a refusal to have diplomatic relations with any country that recognises East Germany. Now an agreement with Rumania suggests that the direction of West German foreign policy is changing. At the same time the whole subject of foreign policy has been complicated by the Question of German rearmament.
Produced by Chris Cuthbertson
Repeated Thursday, 7.4 p.m.
LOOK LISTEN LEARN
Management and Business
The broadcast times of two series were incorrectly advertised in the Look Listen Learn supplement to 4 Radio Times ' of March 2. They should have been as follows:
Personnel Management
BBC-1 Sundays 12.30-1.0 p.m. April 2-April 30
Saturdays 10.30-11.0 a.m. April 8-May 6
Management Techniques
I BC-1 Sundays 12.30-1.0 p.m. May 7-June 4
Saturdays 10.30-11.0 a.m. May 13-June 10

Contributors

Introduced By:
Richard Hiscocks
Produced By:
Chris Cuthbertson

by SYBIL THORNDIKE and Lewis CASSON
Harley Granville-Barker 's regime at the Royal Court Theatre 1904-7, with his productions of Shaw. Ibsen, Shakespeare. and Granville-
Barker himself, inaugurated a revolution in the English theatre. Dame Sybil Thorndike and Sir Lewis Casson , who played in several of his productions, recall his greatness as a producer and as an actor.
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

Unknown:
Sybil Thorndike
Unknown:
Lewis Casson
Unknown:
Harley Granville-Barker
Unknown:
Dame Sybil Thorndike
Unknown:
Sir Lewis Casson
Produced By:
Douglas Cleverdon

International Quartet Series
Last of four public concerts presented by the Third Programme in the Royal Festival Hall. London
First appearance in London of the Cuarneri String Quartet
Arnold Steinhardt (violin) John Dalley (violin) Michael Tree (viola) David Soyer (cello)
ⓢ Part 1

Contributors

Violin:
Arnold Steinhardt
Violin:
John Dalley
Cello:
David Soyer

Voltaire as Correspondent by Jean SEZNEC
Fellow of All Souls, and Marshal Foch Professor of French Literature in the University of Oxford
Recently Dr. Theodore Besterman published the 104th, and last. volume of his edition of the correspondence of Voltaire. Professor Seznec considers what effect this tremerdous achievement has had on our picture of Voltaire as the centre of the Enlightenment's communicationsnetwork.Andhe argues that far from being an archaic figure in the world of modern specialisation. Voltaire is 5till an admirable exemplar of graceful and civilised common sense. What we need today is a * gigantic Voltaire.'
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean Seznec

by Miguel de Cervantes
Six episodes from the second part of the novel Chosen and introduced by J. M. COHEN and read in his translation by Max Adrian
5: The Waiting Women and the Steed Clavileno
Produced by Joe Burroughs
6: Sancho governs the Isle Barataria: April 3

Contributors

Unknown:
Miguel de Cervantes
Introduced By:
J. M. Cohen
Translation By:
Max Adrian
Produced By:
Joe Burroughs

Network Three

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